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Hello AutoShopOwner forum members,

 

My name is Mario and I am starting a auto repair business in Massillon Ohio. I am currently in the process of purchasing a property that needs to be rehabbed and tooled. This is my first business I have tried to run. I actually finished college with a double major in Education - Secondary Social Studies & History. The job market is not there for teaching at the moment. I have always loved interacting with people, working on cars, and overcoming a challenge. I have been lurking the forums for a few months now reading threads trying to learn as much as I can. I hope I am able to contribute heavily to the forums here in the near future!

 

- Mario

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Glad to have ya here! There's lots to do at ASO and always new articles and new things to read about. You'll find help from all aspects of running a repair shop to dealing with customers. Great site. keep in touch!

 

 

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